Jelli Receives Patent For User-Controlled Programming
March 26, 2013 at 4:11 AM (PT)
JELLI, the social radio platform, has been issued a U.S. Patent (# 8,392,206), which describes "a broad range of methods related to audience participation with a broadcast," as the company expands to TV.
"JELLI has made a significant R&D investment in both the technology, platform and underlying intellectual property around user-controlled broadcasting," said CEO MIKE DOUGHERTY. "This technology combines the reach of broadcast with the social engagement of the web, to unlock value for users, broadcasters and advertisers alike. We are pleased to receive a fundamental patent in this area to protect the innovations of our team, for our company and partners."